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Looks Like EA’s NBA Live Is Being Weird Again – Kotaku

Looks Like EA’s NBA Live Is Being Weird Again – Kotaku

It’s easy to forget that there are two AAA basketball games on the market, so complete is 2K’s dominance of the scene, but EA Sports just keep plugging away with their NBA games. Some get released to little fanfare, others get cancelled at the last minute and some, like this year’s game, get delayed before…
It looks like Uber is getting into the small loan business for its drivers

It looks like Uber is getting into the small loan business for its drivers

Uber seems to be exploring the option of directly offering financial loans to its drivers. The ride-hailing giant sent out an in-app message to some drivers this week saying it’s “building a new financial product” to help Uber drivers with their finances “in a time of need,” and asked recipients to fill out a survey.…
GlobalFoundries sues TSMC, looks to ban US imports for Apple and Nvidia chips

GlobalFoundries sues TSMC, looks to ban US imports for Apple and Nvidia chips

GlobalFoundries (GF) has filed patent lawsuits against Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), the largest semiconductor manufacturer in the world, alleging that TSMC’s processors infringe on GlobalFoundries’ patents held in the US and Germany, via Tom’s Hardware. As part of the lawsuit, GlobalFoundries is looking to block imports of processors it says rely on those patents…
It looks like TikTok has acquired Jukedeck, a pioneering music AI UK startup

It looks like TikTok has acquired Jukedeck, a pioneering music AI UK startup

A key change is in the works for Jukedeck, a pioneering AI startup out of the UK which was building technology to create music using AI — including the ability to interpret video and automatically set music to it. The London company has reportedly been acquired by hot social media music startup TikTok, owned by…
This Sure Looks Like The Rear End Of The New BMW M3 G80 – Jalopnik

This Sure Looks Like The Rear End Of The New BMW M3 G80 –...

This job is tricky, because you sometimes have to make judgments based on very little data. You’d be surprised to hear that engineering sometimes works the same way—they’re called “Scientifically Wild Ass Guesses,” or a Swags. And I’m going to Swag that this random leaked photo on the internet indeed shows the upcoming “G80" BMW…
Amazon looks to expand Alexa’s world amid growing privacy concerns – CNET

Amazon looks to expand Alexa’s world amid growing privacy concerns – CNET

David Limp, Amazon's hardware chief, at last year's Alexa event in Seattle. Tyler Lizenby/CNET Alexa has had a lot of explaining to do. Since Amazon's voice assistant debuted in 2014, the company has convinced millions of people to invite Alexa into their homes. They use it to play music, serve up the news and answer trivia…
Slack looks to richer apps to help it fend off Microsoft Teams

Slack looks to richer apps to help it fend off Microsoft Teams

Slack has embraced third-party apps on its platform for years, but in recent months, the company has really been focused on extending its chat app. Earlier this year, Slack bridged the gap between email and instant messaging and also made its service easier to use with Microsoft’s Office 365 apps. Alongside all of this, Slack…
The FTC looks to change children’s privacy law following complaints about YouTube

The FTC looks to change children’s privacy law following complaints about YouTube

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is considering an update to the laws governing children’s privacy online, known as the COPPA Rule (or, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act). The Rule first went into effect in 2000 and was amended in 2013 to address changes in how children use mobile devices and social networking sites. Now,…
Why Wired.com Looks Different Today

Why Wired.com Looks Different Today

For a publication about technology, WIRED has sometimes had a vexed relationship to the web. One of the first great websites, Suck, was a rogue operation run out of the magazine’s server rooms behind the editors’ backs. Around the same time, we may have invented the banner ad. For years, WIRED.com was run by a…
Rhino looks to replace renters’ security deposits with a small monthly fee

Rhino looks to replace renters’ security deposits with a small monthly fee

Rhino, the insurtech startup incubated by Kairos and co-founded by Kairos CEO Ankur Jain, has today announced the close of a $21 million Series A round led by Kairos and Lakestar. Rhino was founded in 2017 with the goal of putting the billions of dollars that are locked up in cash security deposits to renters,…

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AT&T kills DirecTV Now brand name as TV subscribers leave in...

Goodbye "DirecTV Now," hello "AT&T TV Now" — DirecTV Now becomes "AT&T TV Now" as AT&T plans confusing array of TV services. Jon Brodkin - Jul 30, 2019 7:43 pm UTC AT&T is eliminating the DirecTV Now brand name it uses for its struggling Internet-based TV service. DirecTV Now will become "AT&T TV Now" later…

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